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Prominently
Prominently Prom"i*nent*ly, adv. In a prominent manner.

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- An ultra-prominent peak, or Ultra for short, is a mountain summit with a topographic prominence of 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) or more; it is also called...
- bright, gaseous feature extending outward from the Sun's surface All pages with titles containing Prominence Prominents, moths in the family Notodontidae...
- The rough prominent (Nadata gibbosa) is a moth of the family Notodontidae, subfamily Phalerinae. It is also known as the white-dotted prominent and the...
- A Prominent Patient (Czech: Masaryk) is a 2016 Czech-Slovak drama film directed by Julius Ševčík. It was screened in the Berlinale Special section at...
- ultra-prominent summits of Africa List of ultra-prominent summits of Antarctica List of ultra-prominent summits of Australia List of ultra-prominent summits...
- The Prominent Hill Mine is a major copper, silver, and gold mine in north west South Australia, 130 km south-east of Coober Pedy, which has been developed...
- The coxcomb prominent (Ptilodon capucina) is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is a common species throughout the Palearctic ecozone from Ireland...
- This list of lists may include both lists that distinguish between ethnic origin and religious practice, and lists that make no such distinction. Some...
- A topic-prominent language is a language that organizes its syntax to emphasize the topic–comment structure of the sentence. The term is best known in...
- This is a list of all the mountains in Europe with ultra-prominent peaks with topographic prominence greater than 1,500 metres or 4,900 feet. The column...
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